The Bradford shows how the right layout gives you everything you want without all the extra cleaning! The kitchen, dining room and living room flow together creating the perfect area for day-to-day living or entertaining. A laundry room-not a laundry closet- helps make your “to-do list” a “done list”. The three bedrooms- including a master suite with a private bath- have walk-in closets that help keep everything in its place. The two-car garage even has room for extra stuff if needed. But the best part may be everything you can accomplish without running up and down stairs!
The Bradford with the Tradition elevation is a three-bedroom, two-bath home, and is perfect for a small family. The front elevation of the home includes an extended porch, creating a perfect outdoor space. The included Tradition elevation brick has been removed and replaced by siding. The living room and kitchen are highlighted by cathedral ceilings, while 9’ ceilings are shown throughout the rest of the home. All of the Andersen Silverline single hung windows have been jambed and cased. The family room features a 36” direct vent fireplaces with a 6’8” x 4’8” stone face and barn beam mantle flanked by two windows. Tall 42” Aristokraft Benton birch flagstone stained cabinets with crown molding and beautiful LG solid surface high macs countertops are featured in the kitchen. An eat ledge extends from the cabinets, which will be perfect for entertaining. The kitchen also shows a 9” deep stainless steel undermount sink and a Pfister stainless steel pull-down faucet. Aristokraft Benton birch flagstone stained vanities are shown in the master and main baths, along with cultured marble countertops. The baths show Saxton brushed nickel tub and shower faucets, as well as brushed nickel lavatory facets. An additional Andersen Silverline single hung window has been added to the master bedroom and a pocket door has been added to the laundry room. The garage has a single laundry tub to quickly clean messes before entering the house. Before you leave, be sure to check out the full basement with an egress window and plumbing lines for a ¾ bath.